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Discover New European Films at EFP's Industry Screenings in New York

Photo of Peter Belsito By Peter Belsito | SydneysBuzz June 22, 2013 at 3:30PM

We support the EFPs good work and we love European cinema. This is a great opportunity upcoming in NYC.
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YESTERDAY NEVER ENDS by Isabel Coixet
YESTERDAY NEVER ENDS by Isabel Coixet

We support the EFPs good work and we love European cinema. This is a great opportunity upcoming in NYC.

The diverse line-up includes Italy's Miele by Valeria Golino, recently screened in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes International Film Festival, which delves into the complicated issues of euthanasia in an intense family drama. German actor/director Til Schweiger's Guardians is an action thriller about a young orphaned girl who must be protected in the dangerous world of state secrets and murder. In the multi-media thriller, App, Dutch director Bobby Boermans draws the viewers into a mysterious world and enhances the movie-going experience with additional footage available on your cell phone during the screening. Isabel Coixet painfully reunites two former lovers in her latest drama Yesterday Never Ends, and Virgina Gilbert reflects on life as a beautiful messy struggle in A Long Way from Home. Rounding things out, the French-Belgium co-production, IØm a Standard Supporter, portrays a football addict facing his limits.From a multimedia techno-thriller to arthouse dramas and actors' driven love stories, the line-up of six films at the Industry Screenings in New York, presented by European Film Promotion (EFP), demonstrates a broad spectrum of what European cinema currently has on offer. On June 25th and 26th the six selected films will exclusively be screened to US buyers and industry professionals at the screening room of the Tribeca Grand Hotel in New York City. All films are seeking US distribution, and the sales representatives will be in attendance. The NY Industry Screenings are part of EFPØs Films Sales Support (FSS) scheme, backed by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.

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